Charity of the month - July to September

Salvation Army - Sutton Youth Services

 Sutton Salvation Army Youth Services,
An emergency shelter for youth, with housing and community supports, employment and education programs.
Providing a safe place for all who enter.  Committed to strengthening youth and their families by partnering with youth today to create a healthier tomorrow.
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Previous Monthly Charity/Organization Donations

Jericho Youth Services

$189.70 Raised

 Provides Recreation for the children and youth in Georgina as a non-profit organization 

Shades of Hope Wildlife Refuge - April, 2019

$91 Raised  

Their mission is to nurture, treat and rehabilitate injured and orphaned native wildlife with the goal of releasing healthy animals back into their natural habitats.  

Bellinda's Place - March, 2019

$87 Raised

Belinda's Place provides support and services, including emergency and transitional housing, as well as drop in and aftercare services to homeless women or women at risk of homelessness, in the community

Peaceful Hearts Foundation - February, 2019

$77 Raised

Provides a supportive, caring, fun, life enhancing environment for those with special needs and their families. They offer a variety of programs including Day Program, Respite Program, and Life Balance Program 

Community Living - January, 2019

$86 Raised

"Community Living Georgina is a non-profit organization that offers support and services to approximately 150 individuals with a developmental disability who live in the Town of Georgina." 

Georgina Food Pantry - December, 2018

$457 Raise for their holiday turkey drive!

"Last year, we provided food to more than 10,000 people. Of which, 34% were children.

We distributed approximately 140,000 pounds of food to our community members in need.
Year over year, our fresh food program continues to expand, providing people with access to more produce." 

Georgina Cares Fund - November, 2018

 Georgina Cares Fund. Which provides funding for children in Georgina to be able to take part in extracurricular activities or special needs, when their parents are no longer financially able to do so.